Czech nobility

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Hildprandt)
Jump to: navigation, search

Czech nobility, refers to the noble families of the Czech lands that include Bohemian nobility, Moravian nobility and Silesian nobility. These are connected with the history of Great Moravia, Duchy of Bohemia, later Kingdom of Bohemia and the lands of the Bohemian Crown, the constitutional predecessor state of the Czech Republic.

Aristocracy was abolished by law (No. 61/1918 Sb. z. a n.)[1] in December 1918, shortly after the establishment of the independent Czechoslovak Republic.

List of noble families[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Exact wording of this "Law of 10 December 1918, which abolished the nobility, medals and titles" is available on the Czech Wikisource
  2. ^ Neues Preussisches Adels-Lexicon (New Prussian nobility encyclopedia), Gebrüder Reichenbach, 1836-1843, Leipzig, Vol. 5, Page 100 - Chorinsky, Counts of (Counts of Chorinsky Barons of Ledske). (in German)

Further reading[edit]

  • von Dobrá Voda, Adalbert Král (1904). Der Adel von Böhmen, Mähren und Schlesien [Aristocracy of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia] (PDF) (in German). Prag: I. Taussig. Retrieved February 14, 2016. 
  • von Meraviglia-Crivelli, Rudolf Johann (1886). Der böhmische Adel [Bohemian Aristocracy] (PDF) (in German). Nürnberg: Bauer und Raspe. Retrieved February 14, 2016. 
  • von Kadich, Heinrich Edlen; Blažek, Conrad (1899). Der mährische Adel [Moravian Aristocracy] (PDF) (in German). Nürnberg: Bauer und Raspe. Retrieved February 14, 2016. 
  • Blažek, Conrad (1887–1894). Der abgestorbene Adel der Provinz Schlesien und der O. Lausitz [Extinct Aristocracy of the Province of Silesia and Upper Lusatia] (in German). I–III. Nürnberg: Bauer und Raspe. 
  • Pilnáček, Josef (2010). Rody starého Slezska [Families of Ancient Silesia] (in Czech) (3rd ed.). Brno: Ivo Sperát. ISBN 978-80-904312-3-2.